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Boost Your CFD Productivity
Posted Thu June 03, 2010 @01:40PM
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News Looking for ways to increase your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation productivity? Do you wish to create more CFD analyses faster, and with better output?

ANSYS will host How to Boost Your CFD Productivity on June 15th and again on June 17th.


Sponsor CFD Review

Are you used to do one-off analyses because you believe that parametric CFD studies are too difficult to set up or take too long to run? Do you perceive Design of Experiment (DOE) or Six Sigma analyses as unpractical for CFD?

If thatís the case, please join this webinar in which we will demonstrate how to boost your CFD simulation productivity by employing ANSYS CFD capabilities:

  • To quickly prepare product/process geometry for flow analysis without tedious rework
  • To avoid duplication through a common data model that is persistently shared across physics beyond basic fluid flow
  • To easily define a series of parametric variations in geometry, physics and post-processing, and to automatically get new CFD results for that series after a single mouse click
  • To improve product and process quality by using DOE, Six Sigma and optimization tools

This webinar will contain a presentation followed by a real-life demonstration of the above capabilities, as well as an opportunity for Q&A.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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